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Overview of ISO 19100 Series. ISO/TC211 Geographic information/Geomatics. The Scope of ISO/TC 211. Standardization in the field of digital geographic information.

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overview of iso 19100 series

Overview of ISO 19100 Series

ISO/TC211

Geographic information/Geomatics

the scope of iso tc 211
The Scope of ISO/TC 211...

Standardization in the field of digital geographic information.

Establish a structured set of standards for information concerning objects or phenomena that are directly or indirectly associated with a location relative to the Earth.

These standards may specify, for geographic information, methods, tools and services for data management (including definition and description), acquiring, processing, analyzing, accessing, presenting and transferring such data in digital/electronic form between different users, systems and locations.

The work shall link to appropriate standards for information technology and data where possible, and provide a framework for the development of sector – specific applications using geographic data.

using geographic information to advance world sustainability
Using geographic information to advance world sustainability
  • Qualified decisions need information – geographic information an important part
  • Geographic information from various sources needs to be integrated and interoperable
  • Geographic information needs to be discovered, used - and reused
  • Spatial data infrastructures provides an unified approach these issues
  • Standards are an essential and necessary part
sdis supporting user needs
SDIs supporting user needs

User Applications drawing on

& supporting SDIs

regional,

multi-national,

global

E Government

E Commerce

Disaster Management

Meteorology

Health Monitoring

Market Development

and many others…

national

Global

local

Standards supporting

Infrastructure & Applications

the infrastructure content
The infrastructure content

Core Data

Other Thematic Data

Meteorological data

Cadastral

Flood Zones

Transportation

Demographic

Hydrography

Landcover

Government Units

Biological

Geodetic Control

Economic

Elevation

Social

Imagery

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ISO Central Secretariat

ISO/TC 211

National body

National body

Liaison body

National body

National body

Liaison body

National body

National body

Liaison body

National shadow committee

iso tc 211 organization
ISO/TC 211 organization

Chairman

Olaf ØstensenSecretaryBjørnhild SæterøyNorway

AG Strategy

Chairman

AG Outreach

TMG

Henry Tom, Hans Knoop

Andrew Jones

HMMT

TF 211/204

Chris Gower

John Herring

WG 9 Hiroshi ImaiJapan

WG 8John RowleyUK

WG 7Antony CooperSouth Africa

WG 6

Douglas O’BrienCanada

WG 4Morten BorrebækNorway

Geospatial services

Locationbasedservices

Informationmanagement

Imagery

Informationcommunities

iso tc 211 disbanded working groups
ISO/TC 211 disbanded working groups
  • Working group 1 Framework and reference model
  • Working group 2 Geospatial data models and operators
  • Working group 3 Geospatial data administration
  • Working group 5 Profiles and functional standards
who are we member list active members p members 28 countries
Who are we ? ...member listActive members (P-members), 28 countries

Australia

Austria

Belgium

Canada

China

Czech Rep.

Denmark

Finland

Germany

Hungary

Italy

Japan

Republic of Korea

Malaysia

Morocco

New Zealand

Norway

Portugal

Russian Federation

Saudi Arabia

Serbia and Montenegro

South Africa

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Thailand

Turkey

United Kingdom

United States of America

member list observing members 30
Member listObserving members 30

Argentina

Bahrain (corr.)

Brunei Darussalam (corr.)

Colombia

Cuba

Estonia (corr.)

France

Greece

Hong Kong (corr.)

Iceland

India

Isl. Rep. of Iran

Ireland

Jamaica

Kenya

Mauritius

Netherlands

Oman

Pakistan

Philippines

Poland

Slovakia

Slovenia

Tanzania

Ukraine

Uruguay

Zimbabwe

external liaisons 23
External liaisons (23)
  • CEN/TC 287, Geographic information
  • CEOS, Committee on Earth Observation Satellites
  • DGIWG, Digital Geographic Information Working Group
  • EPSG, European Petroleum Survey Group
  • FAO, Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN
  • FIG, International Federation of Surveyors
  • GSDI, Global Spatial Data Infrastructure
  • IAG, International Association of Geodesy
  • ICA, International Cartographic Association
  • ICAO, International Civil Aviation Organization
  • IEEE Geo_science and Remote Sensing Society
  • IHB, International Hydrographic Bureau
  • ISCGM, International Steering Committee for Global Mapping
  • ISPRS, International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
external liaisons
External liaisons
  • JRC, Joint Research Centre, European Commission
  • OGC, Open GIS Consortium, Incorporated
  • PC IDEA, Permanent Committee on Spatial Data Infrastructure for the Americas
  • PCGIAP, The Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacific
  • SCAR, Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research
  • UN Economic Commission for Europe, Statistical Division
  • UNGEGN, United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names
  • UNGIWG, United Nations Geographic Information Working Group
  • WMO, World Meteorological Organization
the process
The process

Ballot

Ballot

Ballot

Ballot

Working group/Project team

NWIP

AWI

WD

CD

DIS

FDIS

IS

New work item proposal

Approved work item

Working draft

Committee draft

Draft International Standard

Final Draft International Standard

International Standard

-3

0

6

12

24

33

36

timetable in months (in theory!)

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ISO 19100 Series

  • ISO 6709:1983, Standard representation of latitude, longitude and altitude for geographic point locations
  • ISO 19101 - Reference model
  • ISO 19102 – Overview - deleted
  • ISO/TS 19103 - Conceptual schema language
  • ISO 19104 - Terminology
  • ISO 19105 - Conformance and testing
  • ISO 19106 - Profiles
  • ISO 19107 - Spatial schema
  • ISO 19108 - Temporal schema
  • ISO 19109 - Rules for application schema
  • ISO 19110 - Feature cataloguing methodology
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ISO 19100 Series

  • ISO 19111 - Spatial referencing by coordinates
  • ISO 19112 - Spatial referencing by geographic

identifiers

  • ISO 19113 - Quality principles
  • ISO 19114 - Quality evaluation procedures
  • ISO 19115 - Metadata
  • ISO 19116 - Positioning services
  • ISO 19117 – Portrayal
  • ISO 19118 - Encoding
  • ISO 19119 – Services
  • ISO/TR 19120 - Functional standards
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ISO 19100 Series

  • ISO/TR 19121 Imagery and gridded data
  • ISO/TR 19122 - Qualifications and certification of personnel
  • ISO 19123 - Schema for coverage geometry and functions
  • ISO/RS 19124 - Imagery and gridded data components
  • ISO 19125 - Simple feature access – Part 1-3
  • ISO 19126 - Profiles for feature data dictionary registers and feature catalogue registers
  • ISO 19127 - Geodetic codes and parameters
  • ISO 19128 - Web Map Server Interface
  • ISO 19129 - Imagery, gridded and coverage data framework
  • ISO 19130 - Sensor and data model for imager and gridded data
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ISO 19100 Series

  • ISO 19131 - Data product specification
  • ISO/RS 19132 - Location based services possible standards
  • ISO 19133 - Location based services tracking and navigation
  • ISO 19134 - Multimodal location based services for routing and navigation
  • ISO 19135 - Procedures for registration of geographic information items
  • ISO 19136 – Geography Markup Language (GML)
  • ISO 19137 - Generally used profiles of the spatial schema and of similar important other schemas
  • ISO 19138 – Data quality measures
  • ISO 19139 - Metadata – Implementation specifications
  • ISO 19140 - Technical Amendment to the ISO 191** Geographic information series of standards for harmonization and enhancements
  • ISO 19141 - Schema for moving features
  • ISO 19142 - Web Feature Service
  • ISO 19143 – Filter Encoding
  • ISO 19115-2 - Metadata - Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded data
model driven architecture mda
Model Driven Architecture (MDA)

Real World

Universe of

Discourse

defines

Conceptual

Conceptual

formalism

provides concepts

Model

for describing

basis for one or more

formally represented in

Conceptual Schema Language(s)

Conceptual Schema

Lexical Languages

is

digitally

represented

by

provides formal

Graphical Languages

language for

representing

data

ISO 19101 Geographic information – Refence model

classification of standards
Classification of standards
  • Foundation standards
  • Basic standards
    • Tools
    • Generic content
    • Generic services
  • Content standards
    • Reference data
    • Thematic data
  • Services standards
    • Implemented services

global

regional,national,local

a decomposition of sdi

Standards

Access, technology

Education

Content (data)

Organization

A decomposition of SDI
organization and education

Standards

Organization and education

ISO/TR 19122 - Qualifications and certification of personnel

Access, technology

Education

Content (data)

Organization

ISO 19101 – Reference modelISO 19104 – TerminologyISO 19105 – Conformance and testingISO 19106 – ProfilesISO/TR 19120 – Functional standardsISO 19135 – Procedures for registration of geographic information items

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Standards

Standards

Access, technology

Education

Content (data)

Organization

ISO 19103 - Conceptual schema language ISO 19107 - Spatial schemaISO 19108 - Temporal schemaISO 19109 - Rules for application schemaISO 19110 - Feature cataloguing methodologyISO 19111 - Spatial referencing by coordinatesISO 19112 - Spatial referencing by geographic identifiersISO 19113 - Quality principlesISO 19114 - Quality evaluation proceduresISO 19115 – MetadataISO 19115-2 - Metadata - Part 2: Extensions for imagery and gridded dataISO/TR 19121 - Imagery and gridded data ISO 19123 - Schema for coverage geometry and functions ISO 19124 - Imagery and gridded data componentsISO 19126 - Profile - FACC Data DictionaryISO 19127 - Geodetic codes and parametersISO 19129 - Imagery, gridded and coverage data frameworkISO 19130 - Sensor and data model for imagery and gridded dataISO 19131 - Data product specificationISO 19137 - Generally used profiles of the spatial schema and of similar important other schemasISO 19138 – Data quality measures

Documentation

service related standards

Standards

Standards

Service related standards

Access and services

ISO 19116 - Positioning servicesISO 19117 – PortrayalISO 19118 – EncodingISO 19119 – ServicesISO 19125-1 - Simple feature access – Common architectureISO 19125-2 – SFA – SQL option

ISO 19125-3 – SFA – COM/OLEISO 19128 - Web Map Server InterfaceISO 19132 - Location based services possible standards

ISO 19133 - Location based services tracking and navigation

ISO 19134 - Multimodal location based services for routing and navigationISO 19136 – Geography Markup Language (GML)

ISO 19139 - Metadata – Implementation specifications

Access, technology

Education

Content (data)

Organization

agreement iso tc 211 ogc
common objectives

similar work programmes

complementary approach

joining resources gives strength

avoiding inconsistent standards - de jure / de facto / industrial

… and more

Agreement

Agreement ISO/TC 211 - OGC

Why cooperation ?

… has led to establishment of a cooperative agreement between Open GIS Consortium and ISO/TC 211, others have followed: DGIWG, IHO

ogc president david schell
OGC President David Schell:

”Our strategic relationships with other standards organizations have helped us steer the best course relative to broad technology trends, helped our OpenGIS Specifications gain acceptance, and helped other organizations fill gaps in their approaches to spatial processing. Most notably, our relationship with ISO TC/211 has evolved to become a model for cooperation between industry consortia and de jure standards organizations, setting a precedent that shapes our relationship with TC/204. ....”

ogc specifications
OGC specifications

= ISO 19125-3

= ISO 19125-2

= ISO 19128

= ISO 19136

example inspire architectural model
ExampleINSPIRE architectural model

User applications

EC, MS, national bodies, citizens

Clients

Internet web-browser

GIS software

Management Inf. Syst.

Access to transformed

data, pictures, maps, reports,

multi-media content

Metadata search and retrieval for

data and services

Middleware

Service chaining:

search, display, access, e-commerce,

….

Direct

data

access

Geo-processing

Services

Catalogs

Metadata update

Other data

e.g., administrative,

statistical, env. reporting

Content

Repositories

Servers

Coverages

Features

Distributed Geographic reference data

Data content

inspire architecture and standards
INSPIRE architecture and standards

User applications

Clients

ISO 19128 /WMS

WFS, WCS, WTS

ISO 19119

ISO 19125

ISO 19128

OGC Web Registry Services

Middleware

ISO 19103ISO 19109ISO 19110ISO 19115Dublin coreISO 23950

Catalogs

ISO 19136WFS

ISO 19119ISO 19135

Distributed

Content

Repositories

Servers

ISO 19103ISO 19107ISO 19108

ISO 19111ISO 19112ISO 19112

ISO 19118ISO 19121ISO 19123

ISO 19120ISO 19109

future challenges
Future challenges ...
  • Finalize current programme
  • Establish registries for
    • Terminology (already provisional)
    • Feature catalogues
    • Geodetic codes and parameters
  • Develop globally standardized feature catalogues
    • Global Map?
    • Land Cover Classification
    • More detailed geographic information
future challenges1
Future challenges ...
  • Continue cooperation with our liaison organizations
  • Market the results
  • Training and education – capacity building
  • Address new requirements
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Thank you !

ISO/TC 211 ...… building the foundation of the geospatial infrastructure, brick by brick ...

http://www.isotc211.org/